Model # RDEC25

Internet #100676306

RIDGID 25 ft. Generator Extension Cord


25 ft. Generator Extension Cord

$79.47 /each

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Product Overview

The RIDGID 25 ft. Extension Cord is designed for use with RIDGID Generator remove able control panels. This cord allows the user to station their control panel anywhere they need it with linking capability of up to 3 cords (or 75 ft.). This is a great accessory for owners of a RIDGID Generator with mobile control panel capability.

California residents: see   Proposition 65 information

  • For rigid generators with removable control panel capability
  • Link up to 3 cords together for a total reach of 75 ft.
  • Sheathed covering reduces knotting and tangling
  • Heavy-duty contraction for added protection on the jobsite
  • 25 ft. total length




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Customer Questions & Answers

Ridgid 25 ft generator extension cord model # RDEC25, store SKU # 794393.

Seems to be completely unavailable in stores and I cannot seem to figure out how to order it online. I have a Ridgid generator (that I just recently bought from Home Depot) and I desperately need this extension cord. Please help me get one.
Asked by: Anonymous
Phil47, Do you still need the cord? 2/5/2013 Dave72 Seattle
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-11-06

Can this be used for a 220v welder?

Asked by: Jonny
No, this can not be used for a 220v welder.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-02-17

I would like to know the gauge of the wire

Is it 10/4 or 12/4 gauge wire?
Asked by: Dick
The RDEC25 25 ft. generator extension cord is a 12 AWG cord. That is a 12 gauge cord.
Answered by: RIDGID
Date published: 2015-09-17

Why can't the Model RDEC25 be used with any other brand as an extension cord?

Asked by: Anonymous
The RDEC25 is designed to be used as an extension cord for the 120V power provision on the RIDGID RD906812 generators control panel, with twist lock connections on both ends. It is not designed to be used a regular extension cord to connect to or carry the 240V power source load commonly found on most generators.
Answered by: RIDGID
Date published: 2015-09-17
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Customer Reviews

25 ft. Generator Extension Cord is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cord is sized for its intended purpose The 12 ga 240v cord seems to supply full amps from each leg of 240v separately to each 120v GFI. I.E. 20 amps max to EACH receptacle. The small 12v plug is for motor control only. Or you could use a 30 amp twist loc cable from the 30 amp receptacle on the generator to the transfer switch and use the control box for start/stop only inside the house/garage.
Date published: 2013-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Guage specs If you go to Home Depot as I did and ask at the Customer Support counter, and fetch the cable (if it is in stock) they were glad to copy it for me. On the cable's packaging label they include the primary cable gauge for the 20 Amp/2 phase circuit which is 3 conductor 12 Gauge with a plug and socket NEMA 20 Amp connector on each end. I think that a 14 gauge cable would be sufficient for the 4 conductor (3 conductor plus ground) control cable in the rectangular plug. I am planning on wiring into my home both circuits using Romax wire so I can locate the control panel in my utility room next to my home's circuit breaker sub-panels and my Generator bypass switches. I just wish I knew the type of connectors used on the control cable..
Date published: 2011-11-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from questionable the sad thing here is the specifications are very sketchy with no wire gage, plug type L-? 20 or 30, ampacity, and so on.
Date published: 2011-10-30
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